Provinces urge solutions in health, education and streets

Vice President Raquel Peña and the Ministers of the Presidency, Joel Santos, and the Administrative Clerk of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza, offer details. Santo Domingo, DRThe government yesterday held the second day of the “Government in the provinces” project, through which they seek to “bring closer and promote” the works carried out by President Luis Abinader. According to the program, each minister and director of the government train went to each province and municipality to talk about the “work of the government” that began on 16 August 2020. Through a press conference, the authorities affirmed that the most frequent...

Monkeypox now a global health threat. But risk not necessarily higher in Canada: experts – National

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared monkeypox a public health emergency Saturday, and while experts acknowledge the virus may be a constant threat in Canada, they say the risk level hasn’t necessarily increased in the country. “I don’t think that that threat has necessarily increased at the moment, but it certainly has the potential to do so,”  said Dr. Donald Vinh, an infectious diseases specialist at McGill University Health Centre.READ MORE: ‘Anyone can get monkeypox’: experts emphasize science-first messagingIsaac Bogoch, an infectious diseases specialist at the Toronto General Hospital, said the risk to the general public in Canada is extraordinarily low...

Reporter notebook: New Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag making his mark at Old Trafford | Football News

There is a pause, the three or so seconds allowing a technical staffer to offer his most accurate assessment of the manager's debut pre-season in charge of Manchester United. "There can be no doubt, this is Erik ten Hag's club."The summation does not require elaboration for those who witnessed the Dutchman from close quarters during United's tour of Thailand and Australia.Ten Hag is in control, his influence stretching not solely to the large details at the club such as operational structure, but even the little ones like preventing the players from visiting and being filmed on the set of Australian...

‘Never seen a virus that behaves this way’: Why COVID refuses to give us a break

Breadcrumb Trail Links World News National Health Canada 'The world is discovering SARS-CoV-2 isn’t behaving with neat, predictable, winter-bound waves like the flu, but with multiple rollers that are coming faster' Publishing date: Jul 23, 2022  •  2 days ago  •  8 minute read  •  778 Comments A pedestrian strolls through Toronto’s Yonge and Dundas area on July 19. SARS-CoV-2 may mutate into a mild version, but a catastrophic strain can’t be ruled out, says one expert. Photo by Peter J. Thompson/National Post Article content Two and a half years into the COVID mess, yet another immunity-dodging viral variant is driving...

‘fertility Problems Linked To Lifestyle, Late Planning’ | Noida News

NOIDA: A study by doctors at a private fertility clinic has found that half of the women who came to its centres for treatment (56%) either had blockage in the fallopian tube or complications due to advanced maternal age. The findings of the study were shared by Nova on Monday, which was World IVF Day. Nova has seven centres across Delhi-NCR. The study was based on a database of over 10,000 patients, who have visited the clinic in the past seven years. Dr Sonia Malik, programme director, Nova Southend Fertility and IVF, said, “Besides tubal factors, we observed that polycystic...